Regenerative farming is on a lot of eco-conscious lips, with brands big and small pledging to replenish the earth they use. With soil health depleting around the world, how can farmers, brands, and individuals work together to address the needs of both the planet and its inhabitants?
Research has managed to turn end-of-life plastics into food, taking steps towards solving both the problem of ocean plastic pollution and sustainable food production. Environmental concerns are shaping people’s food choices in a significant way and plastics may be an emerging eco food.
Hygiene concerns may have raised the consumption of single-use plastics during the pandemic, but many people remain committed to making sustainable everyday choices. Regenerative farming is generating buzz for its eco benefits, enabling people to buy produce with a cleaner conscience.
As the global population continues to soar and environmental issues multiply, the ReGen Villages project may have the answer to curbing the eco-impact. Piloted by Danish architectural collaborative EFFEKT, the sharing, caring ethos of self-sufficient communities is now going viral.
Farming animals for cheap meat has proven an incubator for pandemics. With the effects of COVID-19 still at the forefront of people’s minds, how can we drastically curtail the chances of another outbreak, all the while feeding a growing population with diversifying dietary requirements?